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often goes to waste. tonight an all too familiar subject medicare fraud. something that costs all of us billions of dollars a year. it's back in a big way. our report tonight from nbc's mark potter. >> when you opened that bill and you saw that? >> i was shocked. >> reporter: at the palace suites retirement community near miami, martin and gerry were stunned to learn someone used their names to bill medicare for nearly $20,000 for treatments they never got. >> i think it's outrageous to begin with. >> i think it's bad supervision on the part of medicare. >> reporter: in miami, fbi agent brian waterman and health and human services agent julie rivera have spent years chasing medicare fraud. >> file cabinet, printer. >> reporter: and say the problem has skyrocketed. >> it's huge, it's like an epidemic. >> we could arrest hundreds of people every month. but there's a line of people to take their place. >> reporter: medicare theft costs u.s. taxpayers $60 billion a year, a nonstop pilferage covered here 12 years ago. >> tonight "the fleecing of america" and once again it involves medicare f
for this? cutting half a trillion dollars out of medicare and you are going to be taxing people at a time they cannot afford it. we can do better. we can go back to the drawing board. it will not take 15 years. not on my watch. i will make it a priority to have coverage that states can rely on and have the flexibility. not a one-size-fits-all for the country and the hurting states. >> i am going to turn to you and you can -- all of you have talked about the economy. voters put jobs at the top of their list. everyone is worried about 10% unemployment. it is also true that this terrible economic situation workers find themselves in comes at the end of a lost decade for american workers. there has been nationwide, no net job growth since december, 1999 and middle class families when adjusted for inflation have not seen their incomes rise. what are your plans not only short term but what is the answer to the long-term challenge for jobs for americans? >> if i can no to that the congressional budget office says within 10 years that health care plan will be deficit neutral. one of the reasons w
the medicare advantage. we did nursing home standards and passed the law 25 years ago and have never had a hearing on that. long-term care insurance, are consumers protected? june 16th, termination of individual health insurance policies. if you are buying an individual family policy eiffel application, right? we had two hearings on this. when you fill up the insurance policy, most companies have about 1400 different codes. you go to the local drugstore in the fill up the prescription. if you trigger a code that will review your policy because with that code triggered might be very expensive medical treatment might be facing in the future and therefore they will jump you -- dump you. for instance, one family as they were filling out the form the told him to put out he was 180 pounds but he was really 250 pounds. they dumped him and said he lied on his application. when it terminated from your health insurance policy, who do you appeal to? the company that just the end user you do not have a repeal rights. -- the company that just dumped you so you don't have repeal rights. they're all ki
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these are some of the hearings we had. medicare advantage which you'll hear about tonight. predatory sales practice. may 15, 2008, we did nursing home standards. we passed the nursing home standard law 25 years ago. never had a hearing on it. we had the first one. long-term care insurance, our consumers -- are consumers protected? june 16, termination of individual health insurance policies. you buy an individual family polcy, you fill out an application, right? we had two hearings on this. our investigation took us about 18 months into this. when you fill out your insurance policy, there's most insurance companies have about 1,400 different codes. you go to the local drugstore you fill out your prescription, you run it through the insurance company. if you trigger one of those 1,00 codes, they'll probably go through and review your policy because what this code triggered was it might be very expensive medical treatment you'll face in the future and therefore they are going to dump you off your insurance if they can and they do it under thing called rescission. for instance, one family, th
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has a sweetheart deal to let people out of medicare advantage. he has a deal for a number of counties in florida. 13 different democrat senators have said, we want something special for us. harry reid said if you didn't get something special for you, you are not doing a good job. >> greta: did any republican senator get any special care in this health care bill? >> not that i saw. i think the bill is terrible and i think the republicans uniformly saw that, it raises taxes, cuts medicare and it is going to cause families in america to have their premiums go up and even the medicare people say that >> greta: do you believe that senator ben nelson we he accepted his 300 million, do you believe he was thinking that every state should and would get that? >> no, not at all. >> greta: what is that? >> winston churchill would have called it a term logical inexactitude. he to come up with something that's the best he could come up with. he said on the principle of where he stood on federal funding and abortion. then he gives into language not the language that people who feel that way wanted.
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. on the spendg side, slowing the growth osocial security and medicare spending essential. if, instead, the preside asks us to rafy the spending binge of the pasdecade, a broad- basetax increase will be necessary, with consequencesor our living standards ere are no other choices. let's hope the congrs asks the prident which one he wants us to consider. i'm glenn hubbard. >> tom: that's "nightlbusiness rert" for monday, january 11. i'm tom dson, goodnight everyone and goodnight tyou too, susie. >> susie: good night, tom. i'm sue gharib. goodnit everyone, we'll see l of you again tomorrow nigh "nightly businesreport" is ma possible by: this program was madpossible by contrutions to your pbs station om viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by bt captioneby media acce group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >> we are pbs.
a sweetheart deal to let people out of medicare advantage there. is a sweetheart deal for a number of counties in florida. 13 different senators said we want something special for us. and said if you didn't get it you're not doing a good job. >> did any republican senator get a special deal in this bill? >> not that i saw. i think the bill is terrible and republicans uniformly saw that. which is why all 40 of us voted against it. it raises taxes and going to cause families in america to have their premium goes up. >> do you believe that senator ben nelson when he accepted his $300 million deal, do you believe that he, at the time was thinking every state should and would get that? >> no. >> that is -- what is that? what is that? >> winston churchhill would have called it. >> this is like, he's come up with this now. >> well, you laugh. >> he had to come up with something that. inteft he can come up with. he said he's going to withhold the vote on the principle of where he stood on federal funding and abortion. then, all of a sudden gives into language that is not the language people wanted and
. we do not need what is being pushed in washington on massachusetts, spending $500 million on medicare? we know we need to reform and that is something we're going to be doing very shortly. to think that we need of one size fits all plan from congress, coming down here and hurting what we have? that is one of the differences between martha coakley and i. at a time when we just do not needed. i would propose going and allowing states to do this individually with the government incentivizing it. we can export what we have done and show them how to do it. i am looking forward to be the party -- the 41st vote and get that plan back to the drawing board. >> thank you for hosting us here this evening. i would be proud to be the 60th vote to make sure that we need health care reform that was so badly need. we have taken the lead here in massachusetts, and now we are attacking the cost to provide competition and transparency to bring the costs down. we spent $2.60 trillion on health care in this country. we do not get our money. we do not have transparent terry -- transparency in competition.
in washington on massachusetts. cutting half a trillion dollars from medicare you're going to look at longer lines, lesser coverage. we know we need to reform pricing as a member going to be doing very shortly. but do you think were going to have a one-size-fits-all plan in congress is going to come down here in massachusetts and hurt what we have here at that's one of the differences between martha coakley and i peered were talking about a trillion dollar health care plan, have a trillion dollars of medicare cuts at a time when we just don't need it. i would propose actually going and allowing the state to do it individually with a government incentive i senate. very similar to what he did here. we can actually export out and show them how to do it. i'm looking for to having the opportunity to be the 41st about and make sure that we get that plan back to the drawing board. >> ms. coakley? >> thank you, david. thanks for hosting us this evening. how would be proud to be the 60th vote to make sure we get health care reform that we so badly need. we've taken a major massachusetts and getting e
at the end, how do you make up the cuts for the medicare, how do you bring in the revenue to make sure this is budget-neutral? >> well, that is the whole issue, bill. this is supposed to bring in $150 billion, this health insurance tax, the caddy tax, is supposed to bring in $115 billion in ten years, if you bring in less money than that, where do you get, where do you make up the shortfall, where do you make it up elsewhere? the possibility, or the unions want is that you tax the rich, a 5 percent surtax on people, couples making a million dollars a year or more, that's included in the house version. that's what the unions want. bill: stu, thank you for that, nice of you to size it up and you look great this morning coming in your rolls royce. >> thank you. bill: a great parking lot, too. >> it's a bentley! martha: he's a great parallel parker. also on the health care overhaul this morning, check out these new polls that show opinions about the legislation is hitting new lows in this country. look at these numbers, the radson report from last week asked likely voters will the quality
the paperwork, and medicare and my insurance covered the cost. we can work directly with medicare or with your insurance company. we can even help with financing. if there's a way, we'll find it! so don't wait any longer, call the scooter store today. >>> welcome back to "the call" with your daily realty check i'm diana olick in washington. kbhome posted a profit in q4 and that was mostly thanks to tax benefits. revenue fell 27% and cancellations improved. nearly one in eight homeowners are in trouble on their mortgages. total delinquencies rose to a record 9.97% and loans in foreclosures rose to 3.19%, up over 80% from a year ago. and steadier home prices in the fall caused home sellers to have more bargaining power. a new report finds 21% of sellers now on the market slashed prices at least once, but that is down from $21 billion, but that's down from nearly $25 billion in the december report. check back with the realty checkup next again at 2:50. until then go to the blog, realtycheck.cnbc.com. melissa? >> diana, thanks so much. >>> exchange-traded fund business is booming growing to nearly
children and my children's children. >> reporter: when someone has alzheimer's, annual medicare costs triple. >> with alzheimer's, there's no cure. >> reporter: the problem: can america cope with a growing disease for which there's no cure? ten years ago, the best seemed yet to come for three generation of this new orleans family. but lisa carbo, now 55, had to move in with her mother shirley when the 78-year-old was diagnosed with advanced alzehimer's disease. >> i know some people have it worse, but i'm getting there. >> reporter: ands where "there"? >> to nothing. to feeling like nothing. >> reporter: for five years, lisa juggled caring for her mother and her job as a nurse. but then a curveball. >> i didn't remember how to do my job! >> reporter: did you ever start to think "well, maybe i have dementia, too?" >> no. almost 9:00 a.m., i need to take my meds. >> reporter: but at 53, lisa was diagnosed with genetic form of alzheimer's, one that strikes at an earlier age. >> it floors me. these women raised me. >> reporter: lee so saa's 31-year-old daughter amy doesn't want testing be
, for example, put in place medicare and medicaid, but i think it's more like, to my mind, covering the seniors, you know, seniors are no longer the poorest americans, young people are now, kids, but there was a day in american hive when seniors, especially older women really were in needs of protection, a social safety net. we saw some of that with social security and don't forget it covers widows, orphans and that kind of thing and then with medicare, again, to pick up the idea that the elderly should not be struggling for healthcare coverage, and now, i think the extension would be to make sure that all americans have some basic levels of healthcare coverage and that people don't have to scrap for, you know -- don't have to worry about having some catastrophic illness that will bankrupt them. it is not only them. we think of it in terms of individuals, but i can't tell you how often when i'm not doing or or thing, i come across people who are small business owners who complain about the high cost of healthcare benefits for employees and of course, we have seen what happened with the auto com
on the government option, abortion funding and then expansion of medicare and medicaid. and then we can't have the abortion and they do what they always do. they just make sure that the structure is put in place, and you argue about things that they had no -- it would be nice for them, but they had no intention. they will get those added to the bill later. senator tom harken spelled this out word for word. watch this. >> what this bill does is we finally take that step. as our leader said earlier, we take that step from healthcare as a privilege to healthcare as an inalienable right of every single american citizen. as i said before, this bill is not complete. i've used the analogy of the starter home. and which we can add additions and enhancements as we go into the future. but like every right that we've ever passed for the american people, we revisit it later on to enhance and build on those rights. and we will do that here surely. we will enhance and build on this. but we have made that first most important step. to make it a right rather than a privilege. >> glenn: this is the most shocki
are also considering applying the medicare payroll tax to investment income for those making more than $200,000 a year. healthcare negotiators believe if they do this, they can shield those from the taxes and the critics decry all of the tax talk. >> right now if we add taxes to the equation, we will make it harder to create jobs and we'll add much more uncertainty to the job creators and i think the president is now figured out that job creation is critical to him coming up on 2010. >> reporter: the healthcare taxes, the white house argues, are necessary to pay for reform it says will allow businesses to focus more of their revenue on the job creation. as for the bank taxes, the white house says it will fill the deficit hold created by the bank bail-out in the first place and will respond in some small measure to public anger over the bonuses doesn't hurt either. bret? >> bret: major garrett live on the north lawn. thank you. it's pretty easy to put spell check on the computer, right? maybe not for one campaign. we'll show you. we will go across the map for another report from the emerging
to driven and consumer -- driven patients entered health care. we should be looking at the medicare trust fund and the pressures that on how that trust fund. the ballooning costs of medicaid. if we move to a public auction. as a move into the health care reform or even from my state the lessons should have been learned from tenor who care which was the test case for hillary clinton care in '94, my states still has this, it is the greatest public health failure in the country. that would be a great opportunity for us to look at what is affecting us with health care. certainly there are more pressing issues fell. we are appreciative of your time to be before us today in fall we all are concerned with leaching chemicals that come from plastics into bottled water, we are, indeed, very concerned with what we see what has suppressed during evidence from a speech to employees and are concerned with what we've seen, health care issues that are affecting all of our constituents and a lack of willingness to address those in in a patient's center consumer driven manner and i yield back my time. >> t
a class action with two plaintiffs currently receiving medicare advantage and they are angry at the fact that there will be people in florida who will continue to receive it, and that is arbitrary and capricious actions creating two classes of people, and in violation of the constitution. host: we are going to leave it there because we are running short on time. this concern about taxing income? guest: he brings up a component that is in both the house and senate bills. they are calling into a limit loss ratio. essentially, there is a limited amount that insurance companies can charge for premiums, for anything other than what is going to patients. yes, that is a profit limit on insurers. that does not mean they cannot derive profit from other areas, investments they made. but in terms of actual premium dollars, there is a limit to the profit they can take from that. guest: he talked about court challenges. i wonder, if and when his health care passes, if this is more to end up in court and we will have court challenges for months and months. i can see this getting tied up in court for a
'take the points clear. i think it's abo compromising. andditional medicare tax and a compromise whe you recognize the cost savings potentials, recognize the prioties of the president but at the same time mov towards the house byaving more progressive reven raisg other taxes like the medire tax or a small millionaire's tax. >> ifillwhat about that, sh bivens? >> some sort of coromise could useful here. >> ifill: li what? >> i mean, one, ha the nate bill move a little bit toward the hou. but if youant to do some ki of cost sharing i think you have to actually tget excessive befits. i n't think the excise tax does it. one can image a way of constructi a thax that goe after plans that are geners in terms of actual generosy of coverage. >> ifill: what is an eessive benefit. >> that's a biproblem too. one person's excesve benefits is anotr person's insulaon from risk. you have people, younow, i'm enough of an economist to beeve that people trade-off wages for the health insurance benets. they've voted th their feet. they clearly val these benefits. exceive is tough. but i would y if we are going to en
think working people have it too good, too much health care, too much social security, too much medicare, too much power on the job, are actually inviting a repeat of 1994. >> wow. couldn't persuade people to go to the polls. after eight years of bush and cheney, do you think that we would really have that problem just two years in to change? pretty powerful message. now the president's supporters are already being asked to swallow the fact that, well, there's just not going to be any public option. single payor, that wasn't even at the table. now they're being asked to support a tax on so-called cadillac plans. come on. the white house claims that this exice t exi exi exize tax will be mostly footed by businesses and insurance companies. what sounds more like you big companies will eat a tax for providing generous health plans or that they'll cut benefits to avoid the tax? i think we'll go to the latter on that one. that is what the unions are really afraid of in this whole scenarios that might be played out in front of our eyes. a recent congressional analysis found the biggest portion
security, medicare, minimum wage, at 40 hour week and civil-rights act and voting rights act. that is what made the united states a beacon of hope in a confused and divided world. too many people take for granted government's role as protector of wall street and the privilege. they see middle-class americans as overpaid, and underworked. they see social security as a problem rather than the only piece of our retirement system that actually works. day -- they fail to see the connections and in a quality and homelessness. the world view has brought democrats nothing but disaster. they offered middle-class the false hope of tax cuts. tax cuts and up enriching the rich, devastating the middle class by destroying the institutions like public education and the social security that makes the middle class possible. are you trying to tell me something? [laughter] >> we are now with our ku and a point*. >> i am not done with what i have to say. [applause] >> it has been 25 minutes and we will start. >> did you wrap up in 30 seconds? >> i can wrap up in a couple minutes working people have been waiti
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, the civil rights movement, social security, medicare, the minimum wage, the 40 hour week, the civil rights act and the voting rights act. that is what made the united states a beacon of hope in a confused and divided world. but, too many people now take for granted government's role as protector of wall street and the privilege. vaisse middle-class americans says overpaid and underworked. they see social security as a problem, rather than the only piece of our retirement system that actually works. they feel sorry for homeless people, but fail to see the connections between downsizing and outsourcing and inequality and homelessness. this world view has brought democrats nothing but disaster. the republicans responses to what for middle-class the false hope of tax cuts, tax cuts that end up enriching their rich, devastating the middle class by destroying the institutions like public education and social security that make the middle class possible. are you trying to tell me something? >> we are now into our q&a period. >> i'm not done with what i have to say and you invited me here to say i
that cut medicare by half a trillion dollars in raises -- down the throats of the american people. >> another official in washington is michael steele it has caused some consternation among aides on capitol hill, i wonder, are you concerned about his "of late -- quotes of late? >> it be measured in two ways. how much money did you raise? how many elections did you win? that standard will be applied to this chairman as it has to others. >> you do not have any concern about -- >> chairman still will be bait -- judged on the basis of how much money did you raise? how many elections did you win? >> what is your sense following your visit to afghanistan about economic development? what can be done to promote specific legislation? >> afghanistan used to be an agricultural exporter. we visited the area near the two rivers. when you think of afghanistan, and you think of these mountain ranges. down south, the areas along the rivers, it is very fertile. to the extent that they can get on top of the pop the problem and it agriculture growing again, afghanistan has a chance to feed itself an
of dollars a year in medicine. currently, 13 percent of all medicare recipients have prior insurance that the government doesn't make them go off, and the government doesn't go after the insurance companies and mandate the requirements for each insurance policy. twenty to 50 percent of our insurance premiums are at the cause of state mandates. our country is based upon one key factor, hard-earned dollars you can buy a product based upon what it provides and the cost and the state mandates eliminate that. i think we ought to go back to individuals' pofortable plans where we give individuals the opportunity to buy their own plans and have the same deductions employers have when they buy it for employees. jane: we could talk much more about it, but unfortunately we're out of time. danny tarkanian hopes to face off with the harry reid in november. sue lowden, on fox yesterday, we have feelers out to the majority office, and we hope he comes out as well. danny, thanks. >> thank you for having me on. jon: there are new sweeps underway to root out extremist s in yemen. we'll get you more on
ewill find out when the january thaw will hopefully begin. medicare. it doesn't cover everything. >>> after days and days of bitter cold, it can be true? chad myers, a warm up on the way? >> i thought you would sing "we're having a heat wave." >> from what i hear, you were singing it in the commercial break? -year-o would you like to give us a little? >> no, i don't sing in church. >> depends where you go to church. >> well, the snow in the higher elevations, and if you are driving through the passes from the west to east, the snow will get down to you later on this week, and into the weekend. here is denver for the next five days, and how about the 50s? you can handle that. sunshine in denver and nice warm temperatures there. here is berlin, yes, the real berlin. it is what the cars look like. it is a really little car, but it is looking really heavy right now with all of the snow on top. kind of ugly into parts of europe as well. here is what we have going, rain showers here along the higher elevations in the sierra and the snow and the snow is obviously all of the way up into
foods safe and let us know about -- let me say one thing. as long as we have medicare, medicaid, health insurance, no, no, you -- >> you found common ground. >> one at a time. >> my one point -- >> we cannot understand what you're saying if you talk over her. we can't understand you. could you let her finish and let her talk. we cannot hear heert oeither on >> as long as we pay into health insurance premiums and it's a group risk we have the right to let people know our opinions on what we eat. we have to be accountable for what we're eating not so much of this. >> the more government role in health care, the more they want to intrude on personal decisions. it's something to watch out for. >> isn't it true, i'm pretty sure it has not been medically proven that salt intake gives you high blood pressure. >> yes it has. >> not when i do and i'm on three meds you shouldn't be doing a lot of salt. we need sto survive. >> you need this much in a day. that much max. >> thanks for watching "power lunch." >> "street signs" with erin burnett is coming up in two minutes time. we will see you tomor
of congress feel the pain of the american people in the recession? even though medicare costs and supplement costs continue to rise. they do for themselves, and the rest of us can fly a kite. j.w. in georgia writes -- poor congress, must be very painful. >>> dell in california writes -- >>> you want to read more on the subject, i got a lot of mail, go to cnn.com/caffertyfile. >>> to our viewers, you're in "the situation room." happening now, a bombing in tehran kills a nuclear scientist, tensions rise as iran blames the united states, israel and opposition groups, but the killing and motive all shrouded in mystery. new details on how a double agent managed to blow himself up at a secret base in afc, killing eight intelligence operatives, seven of them americans, and new information on how he may have fooled two of the world's best spy agencies. >>> and the head of a special election to fill the late senator ted kennedy's seat. democrats may be start to go sweat right now. why the outcome may be crucial to health care reform. i'm wolf blitzer, you're in "the situation room." >>> a shattering
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